By BI: Despite growing hostility against Merkel for flooding the country with ungrateful Muslims, she used her New Year’s address to demand that Germans (the majority of whom are Christians) not have ‘coldness in their hearts’ but instead embrace the 1.1 million Muslim newcomers, the majority of whom are neither refugees nor Syrians…but rather economic freeloaders and potential jihadists from North Africa and the Middle East.
The New Year’s speech that pandered to Muslims:
These are the so-called Muslim “refugees” Merkel wants the people to welcome into their hearts:
Merkel has been blamed for fueling the European migrant crisis by promising to welcome those who make it to Germany. She was initially praised by Germans for her decision to allow many of those escaping war and poverty to stay.
Muslim invaders warn Germans that their days are numbered:
But with the numbers of migrants from the Middle East and Africa reaching more than a million, doubts have grown and her popularity has suffered. She stood firm about the need to embrace migration, urging Germans to see the challenge as an ‘opportunity for tomorrow’.
Blood in Frankfurt as Turkish and Kurdish Muslims riot:
The chancellor, who grew up in East Germany when it was behind the Iron Curtain, said in yesterday’s TV address: ‘Next year is about one thing in particular: our cohesion. It is important we don’t allow ourselves to be divided.’
So where are all the women and children “refugees” we keep hearing about?
In a direct riposte to those staging anti-immigration rallies, she said: ‘It is crucial not to follow those who, with coldness or even hatred in their hearts, lay a sole claim to what it means to be German and seek to exclude others.’
Muslim refugees show their “appreciation” to Germany:
The efforts to cope with the challenges would be worth it in the end because ‘countries have always benefited from successful immigration, both economically and socially’, she said. ‘I am convinced that, handled properly, today’s great task presented by the influx and the integration of so many people is an opportunity for tomorrow.
Muslims riot at Immigration Center over alleged torn quran:
‘There has rarely been a year in which we were challenged so much to follow up our words with deeds.’ She added: ‘There is no question that the influx of so many people will keep demanding much of us. It will take time, effort and money.’
Muslim migrants making demands at German Welfare Office:
Mrs Merkel’s popularity has taken a battering at home as a result of the influx of refugees. She has vowed to reduce migrant numbers this year by trying to convince other EU members to take more.
Leftist German politician says it’s a good thing that Germany will soon be an Islamic state:
Three German regional elections to be held in March will serve as key tests for Mrs Merkel, with opinion polls already predicting a surge in support for the populist anti-immigration movement AfD.
Former Eastern bloc countries have so far shown no signs of relenting to EU pressure to take more migrants. Czech president Milos Zeman last week called the refugee influx ‘an organised invasion’.
And Hungary’s government has filed a legal challenge against the EU’s plan to distribute 160,000 asylum seekers under a quota system.
Muslim invader footage the media refuses to air: